G7 gathered to discuss ways to continue punishing Russia

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec25,2023 #punishing #Russia
G7 gathered to discuss ways to continue punishing Russia 0
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US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke in a town near Schloss Elmau, where the G7 conference is taking place.

`Over the next two days in Schloss Elmau, we will discuss our common future, the global economy that creates jobs and opportunities, maintaining a strong, prosperous European Union, establishing relations

The annual summit of leaders of the world’s richest countries is taking place in the Bavarian mountains.

The West accuses Russia of sending military forces to eastern Ukraine to support the separatists.

According to BBC, many people are concerned that Russian President Vladimir Putin is increasing military pressure in Ukraine, and Russia has faced sanctions from the US and European countries.

Germany, Britain and the United States want an agreement to support any European Union (EU) member state that is being `tempted` to stop supporting sanctions against Moscow.

However, Mr. Putin yesterday said Russia was not a threat and `there are other things to worry about more.`

The Greek debt crisis and how to handle global warming will also be on the agenda.

Japan’s Yomiuri newspaper reported yesterday, without citing sources, that the G7 would express concern over any unilateral action that changes the status quo in the East and East China Seas.

Ahead of the G7 conference, thousands of protesters marched in the nearby town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and some scattered clashes with police took place.

The summit was attended by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, British Prime Minister David Cameron, French President Francois Hollande, German Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

Merkel will also hope to use the conference to discuss her plans to radically reform the global response to epidemics such as Ebola.

Tomorrow, the summit is scheduled to discuss militant threats from groups such as Islamic State and Boko Haram, with the leaders of Nigeria, Tunisia and Iraq.

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